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206(5).

SUMMARY.

Koudraja Tirupatiraju rebelled against Venkatapatideva
Maharaya who ascended the Jewelled-throne at Caiidragiri as
well as Penugonda. Matla Ellamaraja espoused the cause of
the Raya, and defeated the ruler of Nandyala in a battle at
Jamlmlaniadalca. He offered protection to Nandyala Krsnama-
raja. Nest, he proceeded against Kondraju Tirupatiraju, and
having inflicted a defeat upon him in the battle of tJtukur,
took possession of Siddhavatam. Then he erected the wall
enclosing the temple of Siddhesvara, on which he caused an
inscription to be engraved in S. S. 1527 Visvavasu.*

Kaifiyat of LtbUka : L. R. 4*, pp. 243-44.

207(a).   VELUGOTI CENNAYA-VENKArfAPATI.

SUMMARY.

Cennaya Venkatapati is indeed unrivaSed among the
manne chiefs in the kingdom of Karnataka. (1) He won a
victory over a certain Timrnaraja, after both he and his enemy

left Penugonda. (2)

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Velugofaari Vajhsavali* 349-50.

207(6).
He conquered many chiefs ; and having subdued the
Gobburu chiefs at Kalimili, he took possession of their estate.
He introduced many changes into the village, and named
it Venkatagiri after his name,
Vdugotivari Payhsaearitra, p. 90.
208.   SALUVA MAKARAJA AND HIS SONS.
SUMMARY.
Makar aja ;  Makaraja came out of the fort of Baicagundla,
when the manne chiefs of the Seventy-Seven Palems laid siege
to it, and having defeated them in battle acquired the name of
Kota Makaraja,
His sans i  He had three sons, Timma, Bomma, and
Lakgmlpati.
; ^ >flk* inscription was not stt up by BUamaiSj*, but by hi son Antnttrlja*